(Updated) WWE Smackdown Live viewership for Women’s MITB headlined show

Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown Live averaged 2.603 million viewers for USA Network, according to Showbuzzdaily.com. The number was up from the 2.597 million count from last Tuesday’s edition.

Powell’s POV: WWE gave a full week of hype to the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match and headlined the show with that match. The number was down from last week, yet still up compared to a lot of the recent shows that aired opposite NBA Playoff games. We hope to have the actual rating later today.

Update: The viewership number was mistakenly listed as 2.503 million viewers earlier. Some of us should not attempt to read numbers without their reading glasses. My apologies for the error.



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Readers Comments (3)

  1. So after all the hype and noise about how Carmella “won” the Briefcase, the WWE decides to hand it back to her? Stupid move!!!

    • No, it was the right move. Just because worthless asshats like Pruett and LaValle exist for no reason other than bitching about people they’re jealous of that doesn’t mean WWE did anything wrong. Carmella was, by far, the best choice both times and the nuclear heat that she and Ellsworth are getting is a booker’s dream.

      Don’t let the bullshit SJW shitstains here make you believe anyone who matters was actually bothered by the first match finish (other than it was poorly executed).

  2. Actually, the viewership is up. The number is 2.603 million, not 2.503 million.

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